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June 12, 2019, 08:14:40 PM
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I have zero interest in participating in some moron's attempt to play God when the universe itself has created far superior systems.

Which one are you going to prefer for traveling?

1. Donkey ride (so natural and a ride created by the universe itself)
2. Lamborghini ride (which is some moron's attempt)

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June 12, 2019, 08:23:24 PM

I have zero interest in participating in some moron's attempt to play God when the universe itself has created far superior systems.

Which one are you going to prefer for traveling?

1. Donkey ride (so natural and a ride created by the universe itself)
2. Lamborghini ride (which is some moron's attempt)

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1)  Metals are superior to imaginary, valueless, digital shitcoins as a settlement system.

2)  A donkey is not a superior form of transportation.

3)  A Lamborghini is not an artificial, Keynesian construct; it's made of metal, so part of the natural world and not even a valid comparison.  Keynesian systems are entirely arbitrary and based on magic numbers.  A shitcoin can be made of 21 or 21 million units.  A lambo cannot have 21 million wheels or be made out of bread.
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June 12, 2019, 08:33:16 PM
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I have zero interest in participating in some moron's attempt to play God when the universe itself has created far superior systems.

Which one are you going to prefer for traveling?

1. Donkey ride (so natural and a ride created by the universe itself)
2. Lamborghini ride (which is some moron's attempt)

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1)  Metals are superior to imaginary, valueless, digital shitcoins as a settlement system.

2)  A donkey is not a superior form of transportation.

3)  A Lamborghini is not an artificial, Keynesian construct; it's made of metal, so part of the natural world and not even a valid comparison.

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June 12, 2019, 08:40:45 PM

That's more like it. I think Theymos did a good job.

TL;DR Trust for trades, flags for marking jerks. Good.

The prime example that the merit system is a joke and serves no purpose is the fact JayJuanGee has a high level of merit.  None of those systems promote any honest or factual level of discourse.  All it is is someone posts "HURRR Bitcoin will go to $5 trillion each by tomorrow" then waves of mindless scammers give him +merit.  Things like merit, flags, and everything else are then nothing more than gauging who is most heavily pump and dump shilling.  This is why people like Trollgoossens have high merit as well, for doing nothing more than pump and dump shilling.


Haha sour grapes if its so easy where is all your merit? about 12 merits some suckers gave you. Now youre all upset.

Id say that's working pretty well.

(sorry all)

Don't get me wrong.. standing up for the sour puss, roach, but he has received much more than 12 merits.  In fact, he has received 194 merits from other members since the implementation of the merit system.   You can see all of his received merits on BPIP.  Currently, he is ranked as 312th most merited, which is no small feat given the thousands of BTC talk members... also, kinds of contradicts his points about only the undeserved receiving merits, and he seems to be a kind of "undeserved" merit receiver... while quite stingy in giving out any merits..

Notice that he has only given out 12 smerits in the two years since the merit system was established.

Don't get me wrong.  Roachie poachie is still a fucktwat, but there are some members who do send him smerits for his largely baloney, irrelevant and/or butt hurt posts.   Shocked Shocked
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June 12, 2019, 08:54:29 PM

$150+ million sent to Coinbase, people are panicking. Including myself a little to be honest.
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June 12, 2019, 08:57:32 PM


Goofball... Cheesy:D:D

where are you from ? HappyDays  are you really fonzie with a new username?

More importantly why do you get the thread edited all the time and delete important quotes to try and prove a point that isn't there.  

Tell me why do my posts, that include your quotes from the past get edited?  

Vast numbers of the say [edited out]

Is it because you're full of shit?

You seem to become easily distracted by any kind of latch that you can find.

Do you have ADD or something?

If you need to read the fuller quote, then frequently, you will be able to click on whatever link that is within my cited post...


Focus ur lil selfie.


Focus 

Focus...



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June 12, 2019, 09:00:15 PM

Latest spy shots of the all electric, 592 bhp, 664 lb ft, Porsche Taycan (formerly known as Mission E).  Want.  



https://www.evo.co.uk/porsche/17091/2019-porsche-taycan-nears-production-all-the-details-on-stuttgart-s-tesla-model-s



Damn HM F***off with those electric BS cars, real engine, real sound real carssssss  Kiss

F*** those electric plastic build trash cars!!!!
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June 12, 2019, 09:01:49 PM
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My mistake june 2016



I don't remember this, so I checked the thread from the 23rd June 2016 and it came to the rescue:

Is bitcoinity malfunctioning? The chart shows a spike on bitstamp down to 1.5 dollars about ten minutes ago, but there were less than 200 Bitcoins dumped to get it down that low. That must be a malfunction, I can't believe anyone could buy a bitcoin for 1.5 dollars

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It must be a bitcoinity malfunction because bitstamp's data page shows today's range never went below $540.17

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Appears to be an API error. This would explain why it doesn't show up on Bitcoinwisdom.
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June 12, 2019, 09:02:37 PM

You could argue .....[edited out]


About these forking issues .....[edited out]

Anon136 needs to learn .....[edited out]

HairyMclairy needs to learn .....[edited out].

We all need to learn that we need to learn...

 Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

That's why we are here... sharing our lurnings.   Tongue Tongue
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June 12, 2019, 09:06:00 PM

You retarded if you really conclude that a downward BTC price spike like that on one exchange and with little to no lasting effect has any kind of significant meaning beyond capturing a snapshot of a liquidity problem on one exchange for one moment in time....   You Goofball.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

And creating some Lucky Bastards!

I don't mind admitting I'm jelly of them.

Of course,  but why did he edit out the orginal quote?  then basically go on a tangent, that was nothing to do with the orinal reason?

Why do tons of JJG quotes from the past now read [EDITED OUT]

Strange he claims to be geniune, but yet all his past "predictions" fall flat and he needs to cover his arse with smoke and mirrors.  

Protip:  Try to stay on topic you dipwitted numbskull.   Wink Wink      Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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June 12, 2019, 09:08:02 PM

$150+ million sent to Coinbase, people are panicking. Including myself a little to be honest.

Not in the mood for a significant dump to be honest.
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June 12, 2019, 09:09:46 PM

Amazing work:



https://twitter.com/fivekek/status/1138902795321577473
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$150+ million sent to Coinbase, people are panicking. Including myself a little to be honest.

Link or it didn't happen.   Tongue Tongue
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$150+ million sent to Coinbase, people are panicking. Including myself a little to be honest.

source?
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June 12, 2019, 09:11:39 PM

My mistake june 2016



I don't remember this, so I checked the thread from the 23rd June 2016 and it came to the rescue:

Is bitcoinity malfunctioning? The chart shows a spike on bitstamp down to 1.5 dollars about ten minutes ago, but there were less than 200 Bitcoins dumped to get it down that low. That must be a malfunction, I can't believe anyone could buy a bitcoin for 1.5 dollars

[brokenlink]

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It must be a bitcoinity malfunction because bitstamp's data page shows today's range never went below $540.17

[brokenlink]

Appears to be an API error. This would explain why it doesn't show up on Bitcoinwisdom.

I do remember a few years back (IIRC the price was 350 range?) it was dumped below 100 and was assumed a whale fatfingered but I can't really remember the specifics or the exchange.
I assumed that was it.
It would be cool if someone has a link to that.
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My mistake june 2016



I don't remember this, so I checked the thread from the 23rd June 2016 and it came to the rescue:

Is bitcoinity malfunctioning? The chart shows a spike on bitstamp down to 1.5 dollars about ten minutes ago, but there were less than 200 Bitcoins dumped to get it down that low. That must be a malfunction, I can't believe anyone could buy a bitcoin for 1.5 dollars

[brokenlink]

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It must be a bitcoinity malfunction because bitstamp's data page shows today's range never went below $540.17

[brokenlink]

Appears to be an API error. This would explain why it doesn't show up on Bitcoinwisdom.

I do remember a few years back (IIRC the price was 350 range?) it was dumped below 100 and was assumed a whale fatfingered but I can't really remember the specifics or the exchange.
I assumed that was it.
It would be cool if someone has a link to that.

There was a significant fat-fingered quickie dump of BTC on BTC-e when BTC-e was a thing.. .  and it actually drug the rest of the market for a little bit.
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June 12, 2019, 09:19:30 PM

My mistake june 2016



I don't remember this, so I checked the thread from the 23rd June 2016 and it came to the rescue:

Is bitcoinity malfunctioning? The chart shows a spike on bitstamp down to 1.5 dollars about ten minutes ago, but there were less than 200 Bitcoins dumped to get it down that low. That must be a malfunction, I can't believe anyone could buy a bitcoin for 1.5 dollars

[brokenlink]

edit

It must be a bitcoinity malfunction because bitstamp's data page shows today's range never went below $540.17

[brokenlink]

Appears to be an API error. This would explain why it doesn't show up on Bitcoinwisdom.

I do remember a few years back (IIRC the price was 350 range?) it was dumped below 100 and was assumed a whale fatfingered but I can't really remember the specifics or the exchange.
I assumed that was it.
It would be cool if someone has a link to that.


I don't buy the API issue,  it happens on diffent exchanges every now and again.  Whale fatfinger or whale panic is far more likley.   
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June 12, 2019, 09:28:52 PM

My mistake june 2016



I don't remember this, so I checked the thread from the 23rd June 2016 and it came to the rescue:

Is bitcoinity malfunctioning? The chart shows a spike on bitstamp down to 1.5 dollars about ten minutes ago, but there were less than 200 Bitcoins dumped to get it down that low. That must be a malfunction, I can't believe anyone could buy a bitcoin for 1.5 dollars

[brokenlink]

edit

It must be a bitcoinity malfunction because bitstamp's data page shows today's range never went below $540.17

[brokenlink]

Appears to be an API error. This would explain why it doesn't show up on Bitcoinwisdom.

Well if that jonoiv retard is taking into account API errors then yes I agree we'll see $2600 or even $0 sometime soon...  Grin
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June 12, 2019, 09:31:49 PM

Well if that jonoiv retard is taking into account API errors then yes I agree we'll see $2600 or even $0 sometime soon...  Grin

Sheeeit !

Quick jonoiv -

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June 12, 2019, 09:37:45 PM
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$150+ million sent to Coinbase, people are panicking. Including myself a little to be honest.

Link or it didn't happen.   Tongue Tongue
https://twitter.com/whale_alert/status/1138902590455001090?s=19 trust me I'm not happy about this either. I'm hoping it's from cold wallet to hot wallet or something.
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